Transformations of Medialized Public Spheres from the 1880s to Current Times
Anja Hirdman, Madeleine Kleberg and Kristina Widestedt
.Y.: Cornell University Press.
Caldas-Coulthard, Carmen (1995) “Man in the news: the misrepresentation of women speaking in newsas- narrative-discourse”, in Mills, Sara (ed.), Language and Gender: Interdisciplinary Perspectives, Harlow: Longman.
Clayman, Steven E (2002) “Tribune of the People: Maintaining the Legitimacy of Aggressive Journalism” in Media, Culture & Society vol. 24:2.
Dahlgren, Peter (1994) “Den offentliga sfären i kulturteoretisk belysning” [A cultural take on the public sphere] in Carlsson, Ulla (red
We are witnessing a paradigm shift regarding the theatrologist’s position in the Romanian theatre environment. While, until recently, theatrology meant cultural journalism, this definition is no longer sufficient or attractive for secondary school graduates. Romania’s higher education offer has changed increasingly in the last years, in the attempt to keep up with the requirements of the labour market; the solution was provided by the area of cultural management. Every last faculty in this sector covers the new direction of study and research. This article seeks to investigate the existing educational offers, which should allow an understanding and a new complete image of the theatrologist in Romania; in our opinion, this image will have an increasing impact on the national theatre community, shaped, of course, by the new directions of study.
In the article the methodological and applied criteria of symbolist publicism as an independent form of analytical journalism are defined. The subject of the research is the argumentative basis and semantic resources of public statements of philosophers and writers, i.e. the representatives of Russian symbolism. The relevance of the topic is due to the crisis of modern publicism, which becomes similar to a product and leads to mental and moral enslavement. The general purpose of the study is the legitimization of the term «symbolist publicism». Genre-stylistic peculiarities of symbolist text-making, as well the outlook landmarks of symbolic representatives of the Silver Age, were studied by E. Kassierer, M. Voskresenskaya, A. Mazurchuk, O. Matyushkin, O. Ponomarev, L. Kravets, and others.
The paper introduces a biography of prominent scientific activists, journalists, ethnographers and writers Roman Reinfuss i Yulian Tarnovych. Intercessors Polish - Ukrainian affairs who expressed it through scientific activity. Similarities and differences in the biography and method of transferring the content are shown, and an amazing love for Lemko’s region this Polish and Ukrainian authors. The article presents the similarities into the method of transferring popular science content by two ethnic- different journalists – scientist inhabitant in the same Lemko region. The analysis of the content they published in magazines, newspapers and scientific papers was also carried out.
The purpose of the article is to compare the presented media content by two scientists - journalists from different social environments living in the same region, in the service of saving the Lemko’s hertiage by the example of ethnic journalism.
Downing John. Radical Media: The political experience of alternative communication. Boston: South End Press, 1984. ISBN 0-89608-191-5.
Franklin Bob. Local Journalism and Local Media: Making the local news . London; New York: Routledge, 2006. ISBN 0-415-37954-7.
Friedland Lewis A., Hove Thomas, Rojas Hernando. The Networked Public Sphere. Javnost – the Public , 2006, Vol. 13, no 4, pp. 5–26.
Garcia David, Lovink Geert. The ABC of tactical media [Online document]. 1997. [Accessed on 17 th October 2013]. Available online: http
Garrison, Bruce (2000): “Journalists’ perceptions of online information-gathering problems” in Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, vol. 77, no. 3, fall 2000, pp. 500-514.
Hachigan, David og Kirk Hallahan (2003): ”Perceptions of public relation web sites by computer industry journalists” in Public Relations Review, vol. 29, issue 1, March 2003, pp 43-62
Hjarvard, Stig (1999): TV-nyheder i konkurrence, Copenhagen: Samfundslitteratur
Hoff, Jens and Beela Marckmann (2004): Internet og det lokale
Studying the State of Online Journalism in Scandinavia
The Scandinavian countries are top ranked with regard to Internet access and general interest in news reading. Are they also showing the way for journalistic development through their utilization of new media technology?
The article offers results from an empirical study of 12 major, Scandinavian news sites, examining both the journalistic content and the presentation formats of 95 online news stories. Comparisons are made between print and online versions of news stories, and between paper-based sites and TV-based sites. The study concludes that the potentials of creating a more broad-spectre, user-controlled, dynamic and dialogic form of journalism are utilized only to a very modest degree - or not at all. On the other hand, the idea of online news being mere “shovel-ware”, recycled from a sibling newspaper or collected from external news agencies, is not to be fully trusted. The article also offers a conceptual framework for description and explanation of mass media genre development, based on social semiotic theory.
`Aykut, S.C., Comby, J.-B. & Guillemot, H. (2012) ‘Climate Change Controversies in French Mass Media 1990-2010’, Journalism Studies 13(2): 157-174.
Bäckstrand, K. & Lövbrand, E. (2007) ‘Climate Governance Beyond 2012: Competing Discourses of Green Governmentality, Ecological Modernization and Civic Environmentalism’ , in Pettenger, M. E. (ed.) The Social Construction of Climate Change. Power, Knowledge, Norms, Discourses . Farnham/ Burlington: Ashgate.
Bakhtin, M.M. (1986) Speech Genres
public dialogue. Journalism is essential for the exercise of freedom of speech and opinion. Without independent and free media, the general public would not be able to receive impartial information in order to exercise their democratic rights, including choosing political representation and participating in the public sphere.
Digital technologies and the internet have reduced the tough entry barrier and made it easier to produce and disseminate news. New agents can now access the public space independently and become alternatives to legacy media ( Hansen, 2015 ). In
national SOM surveys in 2015 and 2017 on media use and attitudes towards local media. The SOM survey has been conducted yearly since 1986 at the University of Gothenburg. It covers attitudes in current social and political issues and media use. It is a representative national survey with (in 2017) 10,812 answers in six different subsurveys. The response rate was in total 55 per cent in 2017 ( Andersson et al., 2018 ). This article also uses results from case studies of local media ecologies in five local communities. Journalism is only a part of these local media